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José Martínez Ruiz, Azorín (1873-1967), fue un destacado miembro de la llamada Generación del 98 y uno de los más finos prosistas de nuestra lengua. En estas páginas se reúnen 47 consejos -no exentos de picardía y en los que se distinguen ecos de Gracián, Maquiavelo y Saavedra Fajardo- destinados a la formación de lo que para él debía ser el político ideal.
Paperback, 249 pages
Published November 2007 by Biblioteca Nueva
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Andrés
Jan 27, 2016 Andrés rated it it was amazing
Todo un manual para aquel que quiera mejorar su vida en el aspecto público. En mi opinión, debería ser libro de cabecera de todos aquellos que aspiran a ostentar el liderazgo de cualquier grupo. Además, su epílogo futurista, nos brinda la oportunidad de hacer alguna práctica reflexión sobre el rumbo de la humanidad que sigue teniendo la misma validez hoy que a principios del siglo XX.
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Sep 23, 2014 Mercurio Cadena rated it it was amazing
Si bien los consejos tienen tal sabiduría que son dignos de mención, no son ni por asomo la más grande virtud del libro. Azorín traza cómo hay que hacer al escribir el castellano.
Val
Jun 01, 2016 Val rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: classics, 2015
One of the most difficult readings of all time.

I admit it has interesting topics and discusses various points about politics, but in my opinion it was so hard to follow it and didn't catch my attention entirely.

Although it is a short book, it's not the type you read in a single sitting; instead I'll recommend to read chapter by chapter and then think it over.
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Spanish poet and writer José Augusto Trinidad Martínez Ruíz wrote most of his literary works under the pseudonym Azorín.

The eldest of nine brothers, he studied law at the University of Valencia, then worked as a journalist in Madrid. He later emigrated to Paris.

He also wrote under the names Fray José
(in "The Catholic Education of Petrer") and and Juan of Lily (in "The Defender of Yecla").

He was
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